CFP: Workshop: ‘The Home in Modern History and Culture’, 27 January 2020, University of Nottingham

The Victorianist: BAVS Postgraduates

Workshop: ‘The Home in Modern History and Culture’

27 January 2020, Council Room, Trent Building, University of Nottingham

Emailnightingale2020@nottingham.ac.uk

Websitehttps://www.nottingham.ac.uk/Conference/fac-arts/Humanities/History/The-Home-in-History/index.aspx.aspx

Keynote speakerProfessor Jane Hamlett, Royal Holloway

CFP deadline: 22 November 2019

The University of Nottingham’s AHRC-funded project ‘Florence Nightingale Comes Home for 2020’ (see www.florencenightingale.org) is arranging the second of a series of three thematic project workshops. Following the first successful event on nineteenth-century healthcare, this second workshop seeks to examine, from multiple disciplinary perspectives, the broad theme of ‘Home’ and its applicability as a prism through which to understand historical change.

‘Home’ is an elusive notion, lacking a permanent definition; it is a concept that is manifested through specific places and at specific times yet also transcends these. Edwin Heathcote, in The Meaning of Home (2012), wrote that homes are ‘receptacles of both personal and collective memory, containers of meaning and symbol’…

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